Last call for SOMP

We’re closing in on 700 ballots cast on which programs should be considered national powers, so there’s a pretty good picture already being painted, but there’s still one more day to vote and add your voice to the mix.  The link to the ballot is here.  You have until midnight tonight to make your picks.  Git ‘er done!

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16 responses to “Last call for SOMP

  1. Illini84

    Manning to Texas

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    • We’ll see if he goes through with it especially if Texas struggles early and Sark is on the ropes.

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      • The crowded QB room at UGA was always going to be a challenge to land Manning. Don’t take that as a sour grapes or a “he just didn’t want to compete” response. In QB recruiting, you eventually have to have class separation. Beck, Vandagriff and Stockton are all serious talents, and there is little class separation among them.

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      • godawgs1701

        If the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, I suspect this commitment is pretty well iron clad and won’t be affected by UT’s record this season. And that’s OK. Georgia has talented quarterbacks on the roster and more on the way.

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        • Both previous Mannings committed to David Cutcliffe. If Sark’s seat gets warm, I’m not sure the Mannings are going to be excited about trying to save his job.

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          • godawgs1701

            Next season is Year 2 for Sark, and having Manning headed to town is going to have a cooling effect on his seat regardless of what happens in Austin this year. If Sark gets fired and Texas hires a coach that Arch doesn’t want to play for then the portal is ready to go. You’re suggesting that the Manning family, one of the most connected in the world of football, hasn’t studied the situation at that school from all angles and I’m definitely suggesting otherwise. I believe that the only thing that would back Arch off of a verbal commitment would be if Texas ends up with an NCAA investigation or probation before early signing day. That was what kept Peyton from going to Ole Miss. Otherwise? I think the Manning family knows a lot more about the inner workings of Texas football than we do at this point. He gone.

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            • No, I agree with you. What happens if Alabama curb-stomps them in Austin and Venables beats them in the Red River Shootout? Throw in potential losses in Stillwater and a loss in Austin to Baylor and/or Iowa State.

              I said months ago that I would believe Arch Manning was coming to Georgia when he signed the paperwork because of the crowded QB room in Athens.

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    • RangerRuss

      We need rain. Fuck a bunch of Mannings.

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  2. Illini84

    FIDO!!!

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  3. armydawg

    Sark is just like Boom & Mullett. Great coordinators but poor to mediocre head coaches. The fact that he chose Texass shows me his judgement isn’t the best.

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  4. Illini84

    It was hilarious listening to 20 minutes of Dawgnation Daily with Brandon discussing all the incredible ramifications of signing Manning while I knew he was gone.

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  5. RangerRuss

    I made my feelings known about the circus that is the Manning family. We don’t need that shit show here in Athens.
    Besides, what the fuck has a Manning ever won in college football? Hell, I like the two young Georgia born and Georgia bred QB’s on the Dawg’s roster. I’d hate to see them hit the portal to make room for the clown show. Piss on all the Mannings. They’re boring.

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  6. munsoning

    I wanted Manning b/c of the WRs who supposedly were going to follow him to Athens. Lonergan is the better QB. Give me a guy who plays Class 7A football in Georgia vs. a guy who plays in the Puppy Bowl every Friday night.

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